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“America’s Pastor”: Acting On Gay Feelings Like Punching A Guy In The Nose

Evangelical Christian megachurch pastor Rick Warren set up shop on CNN, America’s go-to network for right-wing Bible-toting nut-jobs to sound off about their “unbiased” hatred for gays, and had a heart-warming chat with Piers Morgan about sin.

Turns out, according to Mega Rick, having same-sex attractions ain’t so bad, it’s acting on that attraction that buys you a one-way ticket to Satan’s Cantina – Judy performs there on Tuesdays.

“I have all kind of natural feelings in my life,” the pastor said. “It doesn’t necessarily mean I should act on every feeling. Sometimes I get angry and I feel like punching a guy in the nose. It doesn’t mean I act on it.”

Really?

Really.

The pastor continued, “Sometimes I feel attracted to women who are not my wife. I don’t a–just because I have a feeling doesn’t make it right.”

Just because he didn’t finish that sentence, and just because in a month from now a sex scandal might erupt, and just because it might be in a bathroom stall with a male undercover police officer won’t make us right.

It would make us pretty happy though.

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5 Comments

  • jwrappaport

    An argument from religion is like a souffle: poke it even with the most basic inquiry and the entire thing deflates in a puff of hot air.

  • the other Greg

    Don’t forget – this a-hole actually spoke at Obama’s first inauguration! Seems a long time ago. I hope he won’t get invited a second time?

  • blondLA

    What a douche bag!!!! So he can’t have every single woman he lusts after and that is somehow equivalent to me being able to love any one at all? This guy has been hard at work spreading his anti-gay agenda for years. He is one of those “hate, hate, hate, just give me money” preachers. and of course it is all for the glory of him and at the expense of gay people.

    http://www.towleroad.com/2009/12/rachel-maddow-exposes-rick-warrens-uganda-hypocrisy.html

    So, if they find a gay gene, would he concede that God made a mistake? He created us but he said that we shouldn’t be attracted to one another.

    And listen to what he says “He has CHOSEN to follow this path. being a religious person is his CHOICE, but somehow he thinks that gives him the moral authority to go into Uganda and poison them against gay people so that gay people in 2013 will now be at risk of being killed. This was his CHOICE.
    I’m sorry, but people like this should be taken out.
    your lifestyle CHOICE shouldn’t put you in a position to determine whether or not I get murdered by my government.
    Why don’t people see how Dangerous religious leaders are? His CHOICE is getting people killed and he lives in a gorgeous estate in Saddleback, CA with not a care in the world. If he says gay people should be killed, doesn’t it stand to reason that gay people should equally have the voice to be able to call for his death? Isn’t that just eye for an eye stuff?

  • hf2hvit

    Probably another member of Larry Craig’s Men’s Room Toe-tappin’ Dance Troupe

  • 1EqualityUSA

    Hasn’t this fucktard made enough money off of us yet? He gives “mortality” a good name.

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